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if you spend most of your time in new york or austin or d.c., or in portland or pretty much in seattle, serving in san francisco, these are not normal american places. i'll talk about that a little bit more. so you feel like, as they say, wait a minute, ma we do have it figured out. so, the planners have yet to win over the city. certain large cities, yes. if you make your home in new york, boston, chicago, severson, portland, and by the way, they were so angry last night in seattle because like is this a real hate thing or is it just kind of a camaraderie, joshing me, elbow to the rich think it was kind of in between. but as you'll hear this is so much data about portland because of intelligence that's been collected at the just have to talk about it all the time. if you live in these places you can have some confidence that things are on the right track. but these locations are the exceptions. in a small and midsized cities where most americans spend their lives, and their decisions of local officials are still more often than not making their lives worse. this is not bad planning bu
.c. or portland are pretty much the outcome is certainly san francisco, these are not normal american places and not talk about that a little more. so if you feel like i said say this, we do have that figured out. just realize how weird you are in the context of the rest of america. sister large cities coming to us. if you make in your home in new york, boston, san francisco, and by the way they were so angry last night seattle. i kept mentioning portland over and over again. a second essay really emerges kind of camaraderie, although to the rich thing. it is kind of in between. but as so your, there's so much data about portland because of the intelligence collected their fetishes have to talk about it all the time. if you live in come you can have some confidence things are in the right track come at these locations are the exceptions. in small and midsize cities where americans spend less committed daily decisions of local officials are still more often than not making their life source. this is not bad planning, but the absence of planning for decision-making disconnected from planning.
you what is very worrisome to these investigators. bill: breaking news. this is portland, oregon. a woman said to be stuck between two brick walls. firefighters said about to cut her out and get her loose. she is alert and communicating but how will they pull this off. martha: how did she get there? bill: right on. a live update from portland, ore goneas to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant mommy's having a french fry. yes she is, yes she is. [ bop ] [ male announcer ] could've had a v8. 100% vegetable juice, with three of your daily vegetable servings in every little bottle. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily ph
in portland, oregon, he had a tripod. but watch what happens. >> okay. that's the police, telling kevin to put your stuff down. >> that's a camera tripod? >> yes. >> a crossbow. >> >> a apparently people were calling the police saying there's a guy in a horse mask running around with a crossbow. >> do you have i.d. on you? >> yes. >> kevin was i.d., he wasn't confrontational, but he has a lengthy conversation with the police. they kind of say look, people are pretty sensitive right now about weapons in public. you do have a mask on, which makes it seem a little sketchy. >> you could lk go to jail for something like that. >> what? >> for having a horse mask. >> you start freaking out enough people that they start calling 911 and hillsborough county cops start descending on you with lights and sirens and stuff? >> but it's not a weapon. and wearing a mask on a public sidewalk is perfectly legal. >> it gets a little confusing, because the police do say this. >> it's actually legal in this state to walk down the street with a gun strabed to your hip. >> yeah. >> you're probably going to get talked
. chilly in medford. portland, 33. seattle, 31. we have a little bit of rain heading your way today. mostly from 3:00 p.m. onwards to portland northwards up to seattle. everyone else will remain dry. leave the umbrellas at home. the huge area of high pressure is providing you with clear skies, that's why it is so cool here over all of nevada and california. this weak low along the coast will bring up just a little bit of light shower activity. most of you will see a quarter inch or more. is there more cold air on the way? this tracks the cold air from the arctic over the next seven days. you can see the blue shows where the cold is. it looks like for the most part throughout the upcoming weekend, much of the country warms up. then a little sliver of cold air comes down at us it. looks like tuesday, wednesday and thursday of next week and probably significantly kind of cold in areas of idaho and montana and near spokane. again, that's the middle of next week. so we get a little break from this cold spell. then it looks like next week gets chilly in the northwest, but today's forecast again,
. taking a live look from portland, oregon, where we are understanding a woman is trapped behind a cinder block wall. you can see a lot of emergency personnel at the scene. they are look where it is. something we are watching as it's a peculiar situation this morning. 6:24. >> double checking with christina, it's cold in california but not as cold as tennessee. look at this. so bad a door handle snaps off a car. that's serious jack frost. wet and icy roads. >> i hope this is under warrantee. an icy rescue in colorado caught on tape. a man falls through a patch of ice on the colorado river. imagine how cold that is. the 60-year-old spent at least half an hour in that freezing water before the fire department's ice rescue team managed to pull him out. >> lucky to be alive. >> he's being treated for hypothermia. the man was apparently duck hunting with his dog when the dog fell through. the man tried to pull him out, only to fall through himself. he's lucky they found him. >> scary situation. that could be very dangerous on the ice. watch yourself. 6:25. we don't have to worry about it being
in portland, oregon. you are looking at live pictures. why the firefighters are racing to cut through that concrete wall. jwwñ >>> time now 6:13. happening right now fire crews are busy right here. look at this. they are trying to free a woman she is trapped into between walls in downtown portland, oregon. that woman has been trapped since 3:45 this morning. i can count a half a dozen firefighters right there and a man with a saw trying to cut through the concrete. now reportedly she fell off a balcony and became stuck between a wall of a building and parking garage. witnesses heard her calling for help. they called 911. the firefighters are using a saw to cut through the concrete trying to get to her. she is conscious. she is alert. they are talking to her. we're watching all of this. we'll bring you the latest on this rescue effort that is happening right now. >>> meantime back at home there is a new twist in the investigation into the death of a man who's body was found in the trunk of a car near the sonoma state university campus. sheriffs deputies made the discovery monday night
. >>> 7:11. happening now, we want to take you back to portland, oregon, live pictures where fire crews are trying to free a woman trapped between two walls. it looks like you can see the -- >> her hand. >> her hand sticking out there as the crews are getting close. we've been following this situation for the past hour. the woman's been stuck there since 3:45 this morning. she reportedly fell off a balcony and got wedged in a narrow space between the wall of a building and a parking garage. firefighters gave her a blanket to protect her from dust and they gave her water and were pumping hot air in the space to keep her warm. you can see the rescuer there without the helmet looks look he's very close to reaching the woman. we saw her hand sticking out from the side of the wall. so we're gonna keep a close eye on this. it looks like he's really trying to pry something loose and we'll give you more updates on "mornings on 2". >> they are trying to get air bags out there to ten her out. she's -- help her out. she's been conscious. they have been able to squeeze out airspace. there's not muc
, portland down into san francisco and l.a., san diego, too, nothing going on. some expected snowfall through northern wyoming. we're looking for about 3 to 6 inches out that way. again, other than that, things are nice and quiet. today's highs should be in the 30s and 40s, 50s and 60s down through california. look at l.a. this is the warm weather they were hoping for for the golden globe. by the time we get into next weekend, temperatures will be i look nice and sunny. it has been above average in the east, below average in the west and things are evening out. >> time for crisp air. >>> coca-cola's controversial take on obesity and nike's newest $100 million golfer. plus, heroes find the strength to lift a car and save a life. you've got to see this. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here are some stories making news this morning. in a monday afternoon press conference, president obama said he would not negotiate on the debt ceiling although he said he's open to more spending cuts but he insisted the u.s. is, quote, not a dead beat nation. officials in stratford, connecticut,
just about two inches olympia, seattle over an inch of rain. portland didn't get quite as much and didn't rain at all in yakama. yesterday we dealt with the warm front. now it's the cold front located over the top of seattle. heavy downpour right there. snow at the higher elevations. snow levels will come down now as the cold front goes through and the cooler air moves in behind it. lots of clouds, good moisture feed with this one. this storm will have a little punch to it as it goes over the rockies. enough cold air, higher elevations of idaho, montana, dakotas some snow. utah mountains get snow and high country in nevada. as far as the cascades go a little bit maybe six to 12 near seattle maybe three to six there between portland and medford. in the mountains not down on i-5. today's forecast we got the rain and notice at the high elevations. that doesn't go into southern california. that's a look at your national washington state that rain will be with you most of the day. so it looks like the cold air, now we get the storm out, all the cold air will be spilling into the west. >> tha
the showers are fairly light from seattle right down into portland, into medford, oregon, and into san francisco, too. a lot of its offshore, but here is our snowstorm. and it does look like we will see areas across idaho, up across millionontana, picking u than a foot of snow. here in salt lake city, utah, i say closer to 12 inches. the west coast itself, a little bit of mountain snow, but mostly rain right along the coast. that's a look at the weather across the country, now here's a peek out your window. we have been seeing the off and on rain showers near the west coast and the northwest will see more of the same. tomorrow looks sunny in seattle, so that looks good. >>> a beer just for dogs and a reversal fortune for apple and facebook. >>> plus, what should have been a fun adventure ends tragically for two men inside this giant inflatable ball. you're watching "early today." >>> some stories making news this morning. secretary of state hillary clinton is scheduled to meet with afghanistan president hamid karzai. they're expected to discuss peace talks with the taliban and future t
, a deadly helicopter crash in the heart of london at rush hour. an unusual rescue in portland. the extreme measures crews took when this woman fell between two >> a fiery crash scene in london when a helicopter hit a crane and plummeted into morning rush hour traffic. two dozen are dead and dozens -- two people are dead and dozens are injured. >> fear and panic in the heart of london. witnesses fearing the worst, another terror attack. a helicopter crashed into a korean and plunged to the ground. vehicles burned in the street. a line of fuel on fire and you can see what happened through the mist the crane has been destroyed and has fallen on the road below. >> we saw the crane falling down and everyone was running. >> dozens of fire trucks and ambulances responded. >> get out of the car. >> man was rescued from the burning car. witnesses could not believe this could happen here by parliament. >> cars on fire, people running and screaming. >> the helicopter pilot tried to land on a hel ipad but there was a 770' crane and it is not clear if he knew of the danger. it was the height of rush ho
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stagnation is almost for majority of the areas of washington state, including oregon and the portland area. and we are also dealing with freezing fog this morning in some of the valley locations. down to 30 in seattle with fog. so there could be slippery spots out there. be careful of the freezing fog on the sidewalks right now, but high pressure dominates and the sunshine will be out this afternoon. a nice day in the southwest. that's awith the heavier coat a it home. temperatures near 70 in san diego. no changes anywhere or any time soon, either. >> thank you, bill. >>> newtown, connecticut's school superintendent blasts the critics. president obama's chief of staff will name names. plus, scientifically engineered jeans that offer your legs an image something they've never had before. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here's some other stories making news this morning. the superintendent of schools in newtown, connecticut, is rejecting the idea of armed guards in schools. janet robinson testified at a congressional hearing saying she just can't see teachers carrying weapon
. where are they? i'm going to guess right off. let me try. is it seattle or portland, oregon? >> wow, you did a great job. portland is one of them. >> they have a reputation of they will tell you. i think the chamber of commerce let's you know somewhere. and not only do you see the bikers out there, this is successful there and what is it that they do there? what is it that they do on a daily basis in terms of relationship with people driving cars that we're not doing here in the bay area? >> from an education perspective, two factors of education. you have to have connections with the community that you're targeting and trying to affect change in and you have to sustain the connections. we found the city would engage the community through advertisements, whether radio, tv, or bus banners on buses and they would say we're done the first problem is that it's not active engagement but passive. the second problem, it's not sustained and maybe people see it once or again. they are literally going door- to-door and saying we have a free program to help and repeating that. >> it's interesting
, the proposed i f d would be on portland. if there is a case of annexing none portland it will be looked at on a case by case analysis and this would be eight washington or c well lot 851 is a good example of this type of situation where there is parcel and annexing into district and schedule is a adopting an infrastructure financing plan and it's a two step process that starts with inferring the district and then chem back with the infrastructure financing plan and actually specific the improvements from that district and priority improvements water front district, consistent with i f d in the investment would be consistent with the law obviously, the water front plan and our own capital plan and economic benefit we would always produce analysis for the policy makers that show the total tax revenues to the general opportunity fund and other economic development besides board of trustees and that way the city can review the position of general fund in making this contribution and where the state and city -- where there is state and city matching where we can -- secure the state chair for
such an individual. >> three, in portland just a few weeks ago, a settlement was reached after a september department of justice decision against the portland police for the misuse of tasers, specifically against people with mental elth issues. the plea bargain will cost 5.4 million annually including cit and including housing and treatment. and including 180 day deadline for internal affairs and a limit for complaints against the police must be heard. >> number 4 is that the lawsuits will happen. the draft policy i have read over the police draft policy multiple times and they do not cover the recent ninth circuit decisions they do not cover the holes in the law where san francisco would be liable and 9th circuit has heard by far the majority of the cases 190, cases that is 27.4 percent of all federal cases. >> thanks. >> national population. >> thank you. >> finally. >> could you share with us your 5 and 6 briefly. >> yes, thank you, sir. >> finally, in 2010, the united nations committee on torture declared tasers including the x26 as a legitimate torture weapon and the assertion that it is less le
the worst of it. a few inches in the upper midwest. also, some showers from seattle to portland. up to a foot of mountain snow in the northwest. milder and foggy with morning drizzle from boston to new york and d.c. >> a couple of near-record highs. 83 in orlando. and 60 in chicago. 20s from billings to fargo. upper 50s from sacramento to phoenix. >>> and when we come back this morning, google maps. where it's never gone before. >>> plus, a major retailer's about-face. good news for bargain-hunters. >>> and barbara's health battle. a surprising diagnosis for our friend and colleague, barbara walters. >>> welcome back, everybody. another major union sees clear skies for an american airlines merger. the transport workers union has agreed to terms if the bankrupt carrier merges with u.s. airways, giving its 21,000 ground workers an immediate race if there's a deal. pilots and flight attendants are already onboard. and a decision on the merger is expected in the next few weeks. >>> a gott agency says the treasury department was too generous. it approved all 18 requests for raises for ex
to the portland trail blazers. thanks for watching. have a great night and a better monday.
in bakersfield at 3.65. >>> antivirus software founder john mcafee is now living in portland, oregon and wants to produce a movie about his life. he was wanted in belize for questioning last year in the death of his neighbor. he left the country and was in guatemala before being deported back to the u.s. mcafee said he couldn't talk about the murder but said while living in portland, he plans to work on a comic book and a movie about his life. >> we have sort of a collective now and portland is the central place for that. >> in previous interviews he said he would be glad to answer questions about the murder case if authorities met with him in a neutral country. >> i think we were saying, maybe a movie? that bizarre tale down there. >>> time now 6:51. the awards season is under way. >> last night it was the golden globes. who were the big winners and the one big surprise no one saw coming. >> and zero dark thirty goes into dark release. could it be in the top spot with all the oscar buzz? >>> it is a frosty start to the day. frees warnings up for many -- f
. they travel to portland to face the blazers. roosevelt jones puts up the shot. butler wynn said. -- wins it. bring on the fence. -- fans. here they come. baltimore manager earl weaver died. earl was intense, good natured and a baseball legend. >> a wonderful tribute, but >> today was a treat. do not be deceived. tomorrow, and temperatures around 40 degrees. tuesday are wednesday, florida looking really good. temperatures only in the 20's, nighttime lows in the team'sthe teens. middle 30's on friday. chance for a wintry mix. tomorrow afternoon from 12:00 to 3:00 the second cold front will move through. don't be surprised if there is snow showers and a light dusting of snow. crux of the inaugural
morning. >> jennifer: current political analyst michael shure is joining us from portland, oregon, of all places. we'll also have bill press and david shuster reporting for us from washington, d.c. they're on the ground and also have today current contributor michael hastings, the author of "panic 2012, the sublime and terrifying story of obama's campaign." we'll talk about that a little bit as well. so excited you guys. this is the best of what america has to offer in terms of pomp and circumstance and marking a point in history. do you not agree? do you love this? >> john: i couldn't agree more. it is a pleasure to be here as a contributor to this network which has spent so much time covering this campaign but also of history. i love inauguration day because it really -- it is the one day that brings the past and future completely together. we're following the most contentious, most expensive presidential campaign in history. and there's so much to talk about in terms of the past and what brought us to this day and all of the different people both for and against the president who led t
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in the central and northern rockies. light rain from seattle to portland. heavy rain from louisiana to the carolinas. up to 20 degrees warmer than normal here in the northeast. >> yes. 57 here in new york. 60 in baltimore. mostly 20s across the midwest. a biting minus 2 in fargo. ouch. teens in the rockies. >>> and coming up next after the break, back to the future, as a detroit muscle car returns with a roar. we'll show you the new corvette. >>> then, crucial information for computer users. there's now a fix for a serious security flaw. >>> and a blockbuster deal in the works for britney spears. what she's planning to do now for more than $100 million. ♪ they watching us ♪ they watching us ♪ everybody in the club all eyes on us ♪ eyes on us ♪ >>> welcome back, everyone. the corvette stingray is coming back. chevrolet is showing off its seventh generation corvette at this week's detroit auto show. general motors calls it a milestone on the road back from bankruptcy and bailout. the original corvette was introduced 60 years ago this week. this is the first to use the stingr
city, seattle and portland. colorado springs and kansas city are in the mid-50s. pleasant in miami at 83. >>> when we come back this morning, if you've been holding out for a cheaper iphone, your wait could soon be over. >>> then, it's on. the price-matching war that started over the holidays is here to stay. and shoppers will be the winners. >>> and a tough day at work for a sheriff's deputy. on the los >>> welcome back, everybody. a tough decision, today, for the biggest company to get a government bailout. aig's board will decide whether to join a lawsuit charging the bailout cheated shareholders. if aig did not join the suit, it could be sued by those investors. but many are calling aig ungrateful for even thinking about it. >>> and it may take a little longer to get your tax refund this year because of the impasse over that fiscal cliff. the irs will start processing tax returns eight days later than usual. the tax agency needs the extra time to program its computers and print its forms. >>> and apple may be feeling the heat from the competition. less-expensive android phones
and sent out into neighborhoods. in portland, clinics were packed after city pharmacies and doctors ran out of the vaccine. and if someone in your own family is coming down with flu symptoms, doctors advise, avoid waiting here in the emergency room. instead, call your own doctor first. david? >> john schriffen tonight. john, our thanks to you. >>> and for those suffering through the threw, this extreme weather not making it easier to get better. hot where it's usually cold. cold where it's supposed to be warm. in santa fe, new mexico, it will be 7 degrees as they approach midnight. in las vegas, it'll be just 25. in the east tomorrow, it'll be 60 degrees in washington, d.c. and a balmy 48 in portland. look at this tonight, a resort in scottsdale, arizona, those are icicles. on a fountain with that more familiar scene in the backdrop, a cactus. and for farmers tonight, these freezing temperatures could spell disaster. here's abc's clayton sandell from the heartland. >> reporter: california citrus farmers are bracing for another cold night. >> growers have been up since roughly 11:00 at night
's and portland, and that's matthew dellavedova. the aussie with the big game. brad waldo inside for the flush. saint mary's cruises 67-50 the national portland. >> now we're talking usf. loyola mary pant. ai ma's lions. they're trying to take over. that's mark toll liveson, usf up nine. usf gets off the schneid. 62-53 the final. >>> sounds like brian wilson's days as a giant are numbered. the general manager brim sabean with this comment. i'm going to be brutally honest, don't think brian wilson will return. sabean, we willie place in yuck for the baseball writers dinner. wilson wants a long-term deal. the giants only willing to offer an incentive-laden one year deal in the second half hour, peek out sharks practice today. they open the season tomorrow in calgary. this sports roth brought to you by river like casino. >> ama: 49er fan fever is sweeping the bay area. check out this little guy, all decked out in his niners gear, and even the folks at antioch community federal credit union are in the team spirit. and dr. smith says he has been a fan of the team since the played at kezar stadium.
-3 in pac-12 play. usf and loyola. dickerson, 18 point -- actually this is saint mary's and portland, and that's matthew dellavedova. the aussie with the big game. brad waldo inside for the flush. saint mary's cruises 67-50 the national portland. >> now we're talking usf. loyola mary pant. ai ma's lions. they're trying to take over. that's mark toll liveson, usf up nine. usf gets off the schneid. 62-53 the final. >>> sounds like brian wilson's days as a giant are numbered. the general manager brim sabean with this comment. i'm going to be brutally honest, don't think brian wilson will return. sabean, we willie place in yuck for the baseball writers dinner. wilson wants a long-term deal. the giants only willing to offer an incentive-laden one year deal in the second half hour, peek out sharks practice today. they open the season tomorrow in calgary. this sports roth brought to you by river like casino. >> ama: 49er fan fever is sweeping the bay area. check out this little guy, all decked out in his niners gear, and even the folks at antioch community federal credit union are in the te
off their rival. they're now 2-and-3 in pac 12 play. >>> st. marys visiting portland. the gaels led all night. second half, portland shot 23% on the night. gaels win 60-38 and are now 4- and-1 in conference. >>> usf hosting loyola. second half, usf pulls away. tolleson spotting up from beyond the arc. they beat lmu. >>> butler with the steal. >> i can't believe it! i can't believe it! >> jones with the buzzer beater. butler upsets no. 8 gonzaga. >>> there's jonathan, the rebound. the defending stanley cup champs. so, what if colin kaepernick is leading the 49ers on a game- winning drive at 3:00? you change the channel, or do you keep the channel on the 49er game? >> you're putting me on the spot right now. i will be here at work doing my weather work. >> roberta has many televisions. >>> we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing. new jobs are here, and by 2025 we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachel
portland southward in central and northern california. sunshine lower down there in the southwest. no problem. as we take you through the weekend we introduce the rain. not a blockbuster soaking rain or severe weather. some periods of light rain especially during the day saturday. san francisco, sacramento, also showers in the northwest and by sunday it dives further to the south. we'll introduce showers in los angeles. but, again, not going ruin anyone's weekend. just a little bit of wet weather. >>> the top-selling song of 2012 was not "gangnam style." ♪ now you're just somebody that i used to know ♪ >> goyte's "somebody that i used to know" sold 6.8 million digital copies last year. i bought one of them. and it made it the top selling song over "call me maybe." >> after seven years of courtship george lucas is officially engaged to melody hobbson. >> bristol palin has been granted a restraining order against the man who sent her an engagement ring. >>> universal studios and warner brothers have reportedly been in talks with the tolkien estate to build a theme park. the suc
four hours wedged between two buildings in portland, oregon. that woman, anita mann was trapped in the space between the two walls until firefighters and rescue crews could finally free her. you could see them working. the incident started about 4:00 a.m. local time when the 30-year-old woman was seen at the stop and a passerby heard her scream. after cutting a hole in the walls, firefighters used a soap-like substance to finally free the woman. >> that last couple feet she had that look of determination, and i think we were all pretty convinced no matter what she was coming out that way. >> the good news is she appeared to be in good condition. she gave her husband a hug when they finally slipped her out. but again, she appears not to have any injuries. that's good news. >>> the lawyer for internet pioneer aaron schwartz, the young programmer who took his own life rather than spend time in prison for hacking says this morning the prosecution was far too rough on his client. scott mcgrew, we were talking about the story before the show, a sad story all the way around. >> it is.
wedged between two buildings in portland. the woman was trapped in a space between the two walls until firefighters were able to free her. the incident began at 4:00 this morning when she was seen at the top of wall and then she was heard to scream. she fell between the two walls. firefighters used a soap like substance the to free the woman. >> oh, man, i tell you, that last couple of feet, she had that look of dee termination, and i think we were all pretty convinced no matter what she was coming out. >> she was taken to the hospital to be checked but she did not appear to have any serious injuries. >> an '80s tv star died today. he died monday of natural causes. the 89-year-old starred across gary coleman and todd bridges. >> using your smartphone to diagnosis melanoma, not smart. four of the apps have been studied and three of them they found that it was incorrectly diagnosed. this happened a third of the time and could lead to delayed treatment, researches are worried that people will rely on the phones. >> sugar intake while small has an effect on weight loss. when people reduce
--momentos de desesperacion vivio una mujer esta maÑana en portland, oregon al quedar atrapada entre 2 edificios. --las imagenes lo dicen todo, aqui ve como los equipos de rescate tienen que cortar el cemento para lograr liberarla y ademas usaron una sustancia resbalosa para que esto le ayudara a salir. --anita mann de 30 aÑos, cay en un espacio de 10 pulgadas entre 2 paredes donde quedo atorada y comenzo a gritar hasta que alguien la escucho y llamo a los bomberos. video 2 --vea estas impresionante s imagenes de londres donde un helicoptero choco contra una grua y estallo en llamas al caer en una calle donde se encontraban muchas personas. --2 personas fallecieron, 9 estan heridas y la policia investiga la tragedia. video 3 --y esto es en dana point, donde una ballena gris que migraba de alaska a baja california se tomo un tiempito para distraerse y como aprecia en este video, la enorme ballena se mostro super jugetona con algunos delfines que se encontro durante su travesia. cesar recuerde que continuamos trabajando para informarle en vivo a las once... take vo la compaÑa boeing es
-- it's a new term. the term was developed out of portland and it's a strategy that is diffusing nationally and abroad. we like ecodistricts because it's at the confluence of experimentation and expanding understanding, infrastructure and community investments, environmental and urban innovation. and the planning department is taking the lead in this work because it is place based. planners are place-makers and historically urban planners have looked at building form and use in the public realm. for the first time through ecodistricts we add another dimension to planning and that's a fiscal qualities of the place. we saw this with toper delaney's presentation which she said she wants to celebrate the invisible. as diverse as our neighborhoods are, the physical qualities of our city is equally diverse. ecodistrict allow for innovation opportunities big. this is a proposed recycled district facility within the central corridor area. the left is showing the high water table in the area. and small, recycling ceramic roof tiles to create -- to slow rain water. it's good for the econom
temperatures from southern california up into central california. not bad around portland either. very cold morning today and that will continue the trend. each morning i think we're getting warmer through the weekend. still dealing with freezing fog in the northwest. that's before 9:00 a.m. after that the sun should slowly break out. we're talking temperatures that are similar each and every day. what you have today you'll likely deal with all weekend long. that's usually good. >>> well, arnold said he would be back. "the last stand" marks arnold schwarzenegger's first leading role since 2003. that may not be enough for the box office win with jessica chastain's new horror film "mama" expected to take five. mark wahlberg broken's city is expected last. >>> quentin tarantino's "django" unchained has officially become his top grossing best film. >>> founder robert redford reiterated the festival's independent spirit. >> as long as we go forward and we adapt to change, we keep in touch with our original purpose which is simply to support and develop new voices to be seen and heard. and do wha
has denied doping for years! >>> the warrior, no 2-game skid tonight against portland. steph curry, the pass to david lee! warriors up by 20 in the 2nd half! and damian lillard, he grew up a warrior fan! a career 37 point! in the end, the ws got it done! >>> langer fan, what is life -- laker fans, what is life like? kevin durant dropped 42 on you! the lake show, 6 games under.500. >>> and the packer, they have arrived, kickoff at the '9ers just after 5:00 tomorrow! and we understand just right down the street, a steakhouse held several packers for their pregame meal. i'd given you the name, but the check hasn't cleared. [ laughter ] >> and 48 degrees here? that's summertime in green bay! [ laughter ] c-b-s s-f dot com. ,, ,,,,
on the bill of the 15 finalists. we will have clipper highlights as they entertain portland. >>> a student by day and homemade crime fighter by night. coming up tonight, we hit the street with this self- proclaimed batman defending one bay area city. it's not halloween. >> wow. >> and thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we're always here for you at and mobile ktvu. see you later. >> thanks for trusting that guy.
and ask what the thoughts are on the shootings in portland, new york, newton. it's upsetting to me. i did not think of would be a good leader i did not try to find a solution. >> his father died in the shooting and he knew the other victims. he is happy with the community support they received. he does not want to go back. >> to help the community never gets -- for debts. the community now is stronger than it was before. >> they have found that even in dark races -- dark places, the future is in the light. al-jazeera, oak creek, wisconsin. >> thousands of russians angry over the new adoption bill trying to get it overturned. >> i'm in tunis. they're hoping the labor movement will help curtail social and political unrest that has marred the revolution. >> no proper rain across southeastern australia to help douse those wild fires. this is pushing a little further north with a few spots of britain. the weather weather is making its way into new zealand. -- teh wetter weather moving in. here, the remnants of a tropical cyclone. head of that storm, we saw a very impressive dust storm and ther
dominated in portland. they cruise to a 60-38 win. >>> and it will probably be bye, bye, bye to the beard. sabeyen said he doesn't expect brian wilson to return next season and he struggled in a workout. >>> it was a tough day for baseball hall of fame and really the game in general. sam earl and mike weaver passed away. weaver was 82 years old and ejected 91 times, a career minor leaguer and never played in the major leagues but he was a great coach and said -- and a friend of mine said he was a fire cracker. >> we have to talk about afc and nfc tomorrow. we are hosting one of the games on cbs 5. >> at 3:30, pats and ravens. >> we'll see you on cbs 5. good night. ,,
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